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December 12, 2010

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Vol. LXII, No. 23, New Delhi, DECEMBER 12, 2010

2G Scam is big enough for JPC
UPA obstinacy on mind-boggling Rs 1.74 lakh crore scandal shocks the country

By Shivaji Sarkar

THE obstinacy of the UPA on not having the Joint Parliamentary Committee for probing the Rs 1.76 lakh crore 2G scam has stalled parliamentary proceedings for the last two weeks. The Opposition led by the BJP has exemplified rare unity with the Left, AIADMK, Samajwadi and other parties joining the issue of unravelling the mystery that involves large corporate groups. The CAG has done the basics to point out how the government has been deprived of the funds that could have easily come to the exchequer.    more >

Houses handed over to landslide affected people in Karwar, Karnataka
Return something to the society which has given us everything—Bhaiyaji Joshi

FIFTY houses were handed over to 50 families, who were displaced after a heavy landslide occurred on October 2, 2009 in Karwar, Karnataka. The keys of the houses were handed over to the victim families at a function held at Kadwad village on November 26.    more >

Thinking Aloud
The hate Hindu brigade are the hate India brigade
By Dr Jay Dubashi

THE French have a saying : Cherchez la femme, meaning, if there is a scandal, always look for the woman. In India, invariably look for the foreign hand. Whether it is Kashmir or Naxalites, terrorists or secularists, rest assured that the foreign hand is at work.    more >

JPC-scared Radia active oligarchy

THE UPA is obstinate that it will not constitute a Joint Parliamentary Committee to probe into the humongous Spectrum scam. The opposition is equally or more determined to get the government to agree to a JPC. This has led to an unprecedented impassé in Parliament, which is causing wastage of the tax payer’s money.    more >

Court verdict exposes Naveen Patnaik government’s support to land-grabbers
By Sanjaya Jena in Bhubaneswar

THE Orissa High Court’s November 16 verdict that the land acquisition for the proposed Vedanta University project at Puri was ‘ultra vires’ and its direction to state government to return the acquired land to concerned people and organisations has exposed the state government’s alleged nexus with the London based company.    more >

Hindus fighting back Christian conversion
The main reason behind Swami Aseemanand’s arrest

By Manohar Kamath

FOR long, Bharat has been the special target of church worldwide. To church, the Hindus represent the greatest stumbling block in grand design to establish Christ’s kingdom on earth. The poor, illiterate and mild Vanvasi Hindus are an obvious target in this nefarious design.    more >

Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini in Delhi
Third national convention of voluntary organizations

RAMBHAU Mhalgi Prabodhini, a Mumbai-based voluntary organisation, is conducting a two-day national convention of voluntary organisations at Vishwa Yuvak Kendra in New Delhi. The convention will begin on December 21 and will conclude on December 22.    more >

CPM barbarians hack a swayamsevak to death in a running bus
By S Chandrasekhar

ELEVEN years ago on December 1st 1999, CPM goons armed with bombs, swords and axes, entered the class room in which BJYM Stormy Petrel KT Jayakrishnan was teaching the tiny-tots in Chokli school, in Kannur, the killing fields of CPM-RSS clashes.    more >

Congress tottering under Jagan revolt
Jagan blackmail forces Sonia rush with leadership change

By N Nagaraja Rao from Andhra Pradesh

CONGRESS high command is bracing up to face the twin challeges in Andhra Pradesh the Telangana agitation(post Dec) and checkmating Jagan Mohan Reddy,the rebel Congress leader.    more >

Assam Bodo terrorists single out North Indians and butcher
24 people killed in seven attacks

By Jagdamba Mall

NATIONAL Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) Ranjan Daimary group killed twenty four Hindi speaking people in different incidents and played holi with their blood on 8.11.2010 and on the following day.    more >

Seditionist Mirwaiz attacked by nationalist mob
By Dr Ganesh Dutt Vats from Chandigarh

IN a seminar organised at Kisan Bhavan in Chandigarh on November 25 the leaders of Hurriyat Conference and the voice of the separatists Mirwaiz Umar Farooq had to face humiliation and ignominy and could not dare to express their anti-national statements.    more >

Humility is the antidote for ego
By Manju Gupta

BRAHMA, Shiva and Vishnu were seated together, engaged in a serious discussion when an argument arose between them. Each of them thought that he was right and better than the other two.    more >

Thousands attend Lakshya Jalarchana recitation of Hanuman Chalisa in Hyderabad
Grand Sri Ram temple in Ayodhya is a national resolve—Ashok Singhal

By R Mallikarjunrao

A massive public programme was held under the aegis of Hanumatshakti Jagran Samiti at NTR Stadium of Hyderabad where thousands of devotees recited the Hanuman Chalisa on the evening of November 27.    more >

Rural India shines : This time it is Asian games

RURAL India talents again brought glory to India. Recently held Asian games at Guangzhou of China witnessed India’s emerging potential in the field of sports and games both in men and womens category.    more >

Daughter of working class parents brings glory to India

HERMUNDE village in Udupi district chants ‘kabaddi, kabaddi’ as Mamata Poojary wins the Best Raider Award at the Asian Games.    more >

Wikileaks expose: Saudi Arabia urges US attack on Iran

SAUDI Arabia and other countries in the region urged the US to attack Iran and destroy its nuclear facilities,    more >

Internal bursting of the degenerate, coterie of chamchas


A day after airing a story critical of Congress and its chief Sonia Gandhi, Sakshi television channel owned by Kadapa MP Y S Jaganmohan Reddy took a U-turn, re-telecasting it after deleting adverse references to her and claiming that it had not targeted her.    more >

Lessons of hate at Islamic schools in Britain
By John F Burns

LONDON — A British network of more than 40 part-time Islamic schools and clubs with 5,000 students has been teaching from a Saudi Arabian government curriculum that contains anti-Semitic and homophobic views, including a textbook that asks children to list the "reprehensible" qualities of Jews, according to a BBC documentary broadcast.    more >

Ishwar Chand Gupta retires

Shri Ishwar Chand Gupta retired from Circulation Department of Bharat Prakashan (Delhi) Ltd on November 30 after serving the organisation for 31 years. He was extended farewell by staff members and senior officials of the company.    more >

National campaign needed to remove corrupt UPA regime—Friends of BJP, Chennai Convention
From Sampurna Vaidhyanathan

THE time has come for a change; the time to change the corrupt and non-performing government at the Center and the State, said Murlidhar Rao, national secretary of BJP, in Chennai. He was addressing the inaugural function at “Thadagam”, a state level forum of friends of BJP.    more >


The Moving Finger Writes

Needed: A change-over in political thinking
By MV Kamath

IT has been a painful one month. Watching spokespersons of political parties slugging each other on matters of corruption has often made one feel like throwing up. What has this country come to?    more >

Think It Over

What they said on conversion
By MSN Menon

The argument for conversion never ceases in India. This is because Hindus are tolerant. But how tolerant can we be when Hinduism is called a religion of the Devil? I thought that the correspondence between Gandhiji and Rajkumari Amrit Kaur will shake the certainties of those who argue for the superiority of their the faith.    more >


Sustainability, the way to future
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Sustainability Education: Perspectives and Practice across Higher Education, Edited by Paula Jones, David Selby and Stephen Sterling, Earthscan, Pp 364 (PB), £ 29.99

Brazil afforestation: The forest is better standing than cut
Sustainable Development in Practice: Lessons Learned from Amazonas, Virgilio M Viana, IIED, Pp 58 (PB), £ 20

Practical tips for life success
By Tej N Dhar
Living Organized, Sandra Felton, Good Times Books, Pp 218 (PB), Rs 200.00

Student life escapades said with humour
Day Scholar, Siddharth Chowdhury; Picador India, Pp 161(HB); Rs 188.00

A journo’s fulfilling venture in fiction
By Manju Gupta
Serious Men, Manu Joseph, Fourth Estate, Pp 326 (HB), Rs 499.00

Bilderberg Group exposed
A sinister pursuit of hegemony

By Dr R Balashankar
Shadow Masters, Daniel Estulin, Trine Day, Pp 357 (PB), $24.95

An enjoyable ordeal through fire
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Manasarovar, Ashokamitran, Penguin, Pp 179(PB), Rs 225.00

A critical phase in the history of Gujarat
By Manju Gupta
Eighteenth-Century Gujarat: The Dynamism of Its Political Economy, 1750-1800, Ghulam A. Nadri, Konin Klijke Brill NV, Pp 242 (HB), price not given

Sangh Samachar
Media Watch

Media in the thick of political gang war

WHO first leaked Dayanand Maran’s letter to Prime Minister that proved so damning? Certainly not the Prime Minister’s Office? And surely, not Maran himself? So many letters have been leaked and the question naturally arises: Was it someone in the government hostile to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh?    more >

News Analysis

Nepal Maoists create a constitutional logjam
By Shyam Khosla

THE failure of the Constituent Assembly of Nepal to elect a new Prime Minister to fill in the vacancy caused by Prime Minister Madhav Nepal’s resignation and to make any substantial progress in writing the Republic’s constitution has plunged the country into a deep constitutional and political crisis.    more >


Message from the land of Kautilya
By Dr Pravin Togadia

SINCE the day Bihar election results are out, every Tom Dick and Harry is busy making snide remarks on Hindutva and trying to prove that Bihar elections were won by the winners only due to Development and Hindutva had no role in this victory.    more >

Readers’ Forum

NDA sweeps Bihar (Organiser, 5-12-2010)
—MAYA MISHRA, C-403, Purvasha, Mayur Vihar-1

Hats off to the JD (U) BJP alliance and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for their splendid performance in Bihar Polls. The results of the Bihar Assembly elections are truly unprecedented and it seams that it has given a message, i.e. if you neglect the voters by giving false promises the voters will reject you.    more >

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